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Giancarlo Anello

“A” or “The” Chief Source of Legislation: Where Did They Come From? What Do They Mean? Do They Matter?’, American University International Law Review 28(3) (2013): 755. 2 M.A. ʿArafa, ‘Whither Egypt? Against Religious Fascism and Legal Authoritarianism: Pure Revolution, Popular Coup, or a

Amel Ahmed and Giovanni Capoccia

, Liberalism, Fascism, or Social Democracy: Social Classes and the Political Origins of Regimes in Interwar Europe (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1991); Dietrich Rueschemeyer, Evelyn Huber Stephens, and John Stephens, Capitalist Development and Democracy (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1992

Editors Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law

-nazism, neo-fascism and vio- lent nationalist ideologies based on racial or national prejudice, and state that these phenomena can never be justified in any instance or in any circumstances; 84. We condemn political platforms and organizations based on racism, xenophobia or doctrines of racial superiority and

Regulating Religion in Italy

Constitution Does (not) Matter

Pietro Faraguna

. Still, it was only after the Lateran Pacts of 1929 that state-church relations followed a completely new path. After the rise of fascism, in 1922, Mussolini’s government sealed the so-called “conciliation” between the Italian Kingdom and the Holy See through the Lateran Treaty and its concordatarian